NEW DELHI, September 26 — RIA Novosti. The Indian rocket PSLV C-35 with eight satellites was successfully launched from Baikonur in the South of the country, the broadcast of the launch was conducted by the local media.
Space research organization (ISRO) during the start-up will geopolar orbit eight satellites for the first time while applying its commercial launch technology mnogomillionnoi correction.
The launch vehicle PSLV C-35 was held at 09.12 local time (06.42 GMT) from the Baikonur space center of Satish Dhawan at Sriharikota island in the Bay of Bengal in the southern state of Andhra Pradesh.
Previously, the technology is designed to correct the orbit in the launch of satellites, has passed two tests in December 2015 and June 2016. 17 minutes after the start into the orbit at a distance of 730 kilometers from Earth will be launched Indian meteorological satellite SCATSAT-1. Then the orbit at the level of 689 kilometers will be put seven satellites.
Among these seven satellites — two Indian design students and five are foreign, including three Algerian (Alsat-1B, Alsat-2B, Alsat-1N), one from Canada (NLS-19) and the U.S. (Pathfinder). The whole mission will take 2 hours and 15 minutes, which will be the longest launch for ISRO.